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Discussion in 'Great Lakes' started by Flabbyjandro, Dec 24, 2012.
Unless you supplied a healthy ovum, there was nothing growing inside you.
Serious post: I only tried Sparkling Ale once and it was a few years ago, but I did not like it at all. I would be willing to give it another chance, but 13 dollars for a 750 is quite expensive for something I never liked in the first place.
Didn't check bottle number even though we all know its irrelevant, but was told there's still a decent amount left.
Anyone know a good place close to Bells to watch the Bears woop on Detroit?
Yeah, it just doesn't sound appealing to me so we passed on it while grabbing our bottles of BN. I see the price difference there, kinda crappy...
I scaled back and only want one.
Shakespeare should have the game on, two blocks away.
Bottle number doesn't mean too much. I've grabbed two bottles out of the same cooler with a 400-500 number difference in the past.
anyone up to trade a bottle for some CCB stuff? or will I have to make the drive?
Thanx! Here now. Great tap list.
I wish this thread would die.
I heard Bell's just burnt down.
I called on my way home from WS and the dude said they only had a shelf full. No more left, I asked if they had cases left and he said "NOPE. This is the last of it for a while" I was shocked. About 45 minutes later I rang again cause we were getting close and I wanted to know if we should stop or keep heading toward chicago. They person that answered the phone this time said "NO NO, we have a shelf plus 17 cases left"
If anyone has an extra BN around the Chicago area and wants to help me out, I'll pick it up, pay cost plus throw in a BBpt5.
Perhaps they forgot to carry the zero when number. I think they have 15,000 bottles, not 1,500.